Canonum De Ius Machinatio
Canons of Technology Law

one heaven iconI.   Introductory Provisions

1.1 Introductry Provisions

1.2 Concepts

  • Article 3 - Technology
  • Article 4 - Matter
  • Article 5 - Language
  • Article 6 - Writing
  • Article 7 - Tool
  • Article 8 - Machine
  • Article 9 - Science
  • Article 10 - Teknas

one heaven iconII.   TEKNAS

2.1 UCALEX

  • Article 11 - UCALEX
  • Article 12 - Standard model
  • Article 13 - Hydro-Helio Matrix
  • Article 14 - Harmonic fusion point values
  • Article 15 - Dissonant fission point value

2.2 EIKOS

  • Article 16 - EIKOS
  • Article 17 - LOGOS
  • Article 18 - NUMERICS
  • Article 19 - UNISET
  • Article 20 - GEOLEX
  • Article 21 - SYMERICS
  • Article 22 - AXIOMATICS
  • Article 23 - KINESIS

2.3 KINETICS

  • Article 24 - KINETICS
  • Article 25 - Kinetic Standard model
  • Article 26 - Kinetic-Mass Boundary
  • Article 27 - Harmonic fusion point values
  • Article 28 - Dissonant fission point value
  • Article 29 - The Kinetic Event
  • Article 30 - Catalytic conversions
  • Article 31 - Space.Compression
  • Article 32 - Space.Expansion
  • Article 33 - Matter.Reduction
  • Article 34 - Matter.Inclusion
  • Article 35 - Matter.Proaction
  • Article 36 - Matter.Reaction
  • Article 37 - Fusion.Strong Nuclear
  • Article 38 - Fusion.Weak Nuclear
  • Article 39 - Fusion.Strong Chemical
  • Article 40 - Fusion.Weak Chemical
  • Article 41 - Fission.Strong Nuclear
  • Article 42 - Fission.Weak Nuclear
  • Article 43 - Fission.Strong Chemical
  • Article 44 - Fission.Weak Chemical

2.4 ERGONICS

  • Article 45 - ERGONICS
  • Article 46 - Ergonic principles
  • Article 47 - Ergonic motion
  • Article 48 - Field dynamics
  • Article 49 - Harmonics/Dissonance
  • Article 50 - Strengthening fields
  • Article 51 - Collapsing fields
  • Article 52 - Reversing fields

2.5 EIKONICS

  • Article 53 - EIKONICS
  • Article 54 - Eikonic principles
  • Article 55 - Optimum geo structure
  • Article 56 - Optimum ergon field dynamics
  • Article 57 - Ergon-stucture symbiosis
  • Article 58 - Small Earth Eikons
  • Article 59 - Large Earth Eikons
  • Article 60 - Space Eikons

2.6 MEKATICS

  • Article 61 - MEKATICS
  • Article 62 - Mekatic principles
  • Article 63 - Levels of Meka
  • Article 64 - Level 1-simple tools
  • Article 65 - Level 2-simple systems
  • Article 66 - Level 3-complex macro systems
  • Article 67 - Level 4-complex micro systems
  • Article 68 - Level 5-powered macro systems
  • Article 69 - Level 6-powered micro systems
  • Article 70 - Future mekatic development

2.7 KOSMOTICS

  • Article 71 - KOSMOTICS
  • Article 72 - Principles of kosmotics
  • Article 73 - Cosmology and kosmotics
  • Article 74 - The unified model of universe
  • Article 75 - The nature of universe
  • Article 76 - The unique existence of universe

2.8 GALATICS

  • Article 77 - GALATICS
  • Article 78 - Principles of galatics
  • Article 79 - Astronomy and galatics
  • Article 80 - The unique existence of galaxies
  • Article 81 - Galactic motion
  • Article 82 - Galactic life

2.9 STELLATICS

  • Article 83 - STELLATICS
  • Article 84 - Principles of stellatics
  • Article 85 - Astrophysics
  • Article 86 - Star motion
  • Article 87 - Star properties
  • Article 88 - Star life

2.10 PLANETICS

  • Article 89 - PLANETICS
  • Article 90 - Principles of planetics
  • Article 91 - Planetology and planetics
  • Article 92 - Planet properties
  • Article 93 - Planet kinetics
  • Article 94 - Planet life

2.11 BIOTICS

  • Article 95 - BIOTICS
  • Article 96 - Principles of biotics
  • Article 97 - Standard model of Biotics
  • Article 98 - Biotic.mekatics
  • Article 99 - Biotic.medics

2.12 BIONICS

  • Article 100 - BIONICS
  • Article 101 - Principles of bionics
  • Article 102 - Bionic.mekatics
  • Article 103 - Bionic.structure
  • Article 104 - Autonomous bionics
  • Article 105 - Cybionics

2.13 ROBOTICS

  • Article 106 - ROBOTICS
  • Article 107 - Three Laws of Robotics
  • Article 108 - Principles of robotics
  • Article 109 - Fixed simple robots
  • Article 110 - Autonomous robots
  • Article 111 - Simple nanobots
  • Article 112 - Advanced robotics